History Recap / LawAndOrderS2E18CradleToGrave

28th Jan '17 2:23:16 PM talltalltree
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* ButForMeItWasTuesday: Corman's total lack of concern over the death of Jackie's baby.
28th Jan '17 2:20:20 PM talltalltree
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A baby boy, Henry Ward, is found frozen to death in a hospital waiting room. His mother Jackie says that she usually left him with a babysitter but when she got home from work, the babysitter hadn't shown up and Henry was frozen. She panicked and left him at the hospital. The babysitter says that the supervisor refused to let her in. Cerreta and Logan learn that the heating to the building is frequently switched off; and uncover numerous past complaints against the landlord Iris Corman. She has a history of harassing tenants to leave so she can renovate the units for better capital gain. She has hired Joe Turner to pose as a tenant and drive the others out. Turner shut Jackie's babysitter out of the building, and knew Henry was alone.

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A baby boy, Henry Ward, is found frozen to death in a hospital waiting room. His mother Jackie says that she usually left him with a babysitter but when she got home from work, the babysitter hadn't shown up and Henry was frozen. She panicked and left him at the hospital. The babysitter says that the supervisor a man refused to let her in. Cerreta and Logan learn that the heating to the building is frequently switched off; and uncover numerous past complaints against the landlord Iris Corman. She has a history of harassing tenants to leave so she can renovate the units for better capital gain. She has hired Joe Turner to pose as a tenant and drive the others out. Turner shut Jackie's babysitter out of the building, and knew Henry was alone.
28th Jan '17 2:19:47 PM talltalltree
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A baby boy, Henry Ward, is found frozen to death in a hospital waiting room. His mother Jackie says that she usually left him with a babysitter but when she got home from work, the babysitter hadn't shown up and Henry was frozen. She panicked and left him at the hospital. The babysitter says that the supervisor refused to let her in. Cerreta and Logan learn that the heating to the building is frequently switched off; and uncover numerous past complaints against the landlord Iris Corman. She has a history of harassing tenants to leave so she can renovate the units for better capital gain. She has hired Joe Turner to pose as a tenant and drive the others out. Turner shut Jackie's babysitter out of the building, and knew Henry was alone. The judge admits Turner's history of assault against tenants as evidence. However, Turner co-owns many of Corman's properties and is her live-in boyfriend; making it unlikely he will testify against her.

Turner is found guilty, but the trial is ruled a mis-trial due to a mistranslation of the statement given by the Spanish-speaking supervisor of the building. If Turner's history is not admitted as evidence in the second trial, he will not be convicted. Schiff tells Stone to offer Turner a deal in exchange for his testimony against Corman. Stone and Robinette further strengthen their case when they discover that Corman has been bribing a housing inspector. The end of the episode reveals that Turner pled guilty to reckless endangerment, and testified against Corman, who was subsequently convicted of manslaughter.

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A baby boy, Henry Ward, is found frozen to death in a hospital waiting room. His mother Jackie says that she usually left him with a babysitter but when she got home from work, the babysitter hadn't shown up and Henry was frozen. She panicked and left him at the hospital. The babysitter says that the supervisor refused to let her in. Cerreta and Logan learn that the heating to the building is frequently switched off; and uncover numerous past complaints against the landlord Iris Corman. She has a history of harassing tenants to leave so she can renovate the units for better capital gain. She has hired Joe Turner to pose as a tenant and drive the others out. Turner shut Jackie's babysitter out of the building, and knew Henry was alone.

The judge admits Turner's history of assault against tenants as evidence. However, Turner co-owns many of Corman's properties and is her live-in boyfriend; making it unlikely he will testify against her.

her. Turner is found guilty, but the trial is ruled a mis-trial due to a mistranslation of the statement given by the Spanish-speaking supervisor of the building. If Turner's history is not admitted as evidence in the second trial, he will not be convicted. Schiff tells Stone to offer Turner a deal in exchange for his testimony against Corman. Stone and Robinette further strengthen their case when they discover that Corman has been bribing a housing inspector. The end of the episode reveals that Turner pled guilty to reckless endangerment, and testified against Corman, who was subsequently convicted of manslaughter.
28th Jan '17 2:19:19 PM talltalltree
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A baby boy, Henry Ward, is found frozen to death in a hospital waiting room. His mother Jackie says that she usually left him with a babysitter but when she got home from work, the babysitter hadn't shown up and Henry was frozen. She panicked and left him at the hospital. The babysitter says that the supervisor refused to let her in. Cerreta and Logan learn that the heating to the building is frequently switched off; and uncover numerous past complaints against the landlord Iris Corman. She has a history of harassing tenants to leave so she can renovate the units for better capital gain. She has hired Joe Turner to pose as a tenant and drive the others out. Turner denied Jackie's babysitter access to the building, and knew Henry was alone. The judge admits Turner's history of assault against tenants as evidence. However, it emerges that he co-owns many of Corman's properties and is her live-in boyfriend; making it unlikely he will testify against her.

Turner is found guilty, but the trial is ruled a mis-trial due to a mistranslation of the statement given by the Spanish-speaking supervisor of the building. If Turner's history is not admitted as evidence in the second trial, he will not be convicted. Schiff tells Stone to offer Turner a deal for reckless endangerment, in exchange for his testimony against Corman and both signing an agreement not to harass tenants. Stone and Robinette further strengthen their case when they discover that Corman has been bribing a housing inspector not to record complaints against her. The end of the episode reveals that Turner pled guilty to reckless endangerment, and testified against Corman, who was subsequently convicted of manslaughter.

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A baby boy, Henry Ward, is found frozen to death in a hospital waiting room. His mother Jackie says that she usually left him with a babysitter but when she got home from work, the babysitter hadn't shown up and Henry was frozen. She panicked and left him at the hospital. The babysitter says that the supervisor refused to let her in. Cerreta and Logan learn that the heating to the building is frequently switched off; and uncover numerous past complaints against the landlord Iris Corman. She has a history of harassing tenants to leave so she can renovate the units for better capital gain. She has hired Joe Turner to pose as a tenant and drive the others out. Turner denied shut Jackie's babysitter access to out of the building, and knew Henry was alone. The judge admits Turner's history of assault against tenants as evidence. However, it emerges that he Turner co-owns many of Corman's properties and is her live-in boyfriend; making it unlikely he will testify against her.

Turner is found guilty, but the trial is ruled a mis-trial due to a mistranslation of the statement given by the Spanish-speaking supervisor of the building. If Turner's history is not admitted as evidence in the second trial, he will not be convicted. Schiff tells Stone to offer Turner a deal for reckless endangerment, in exchange for his testimony against Corman and both signing an agreement not to harass tenants. Corman. Stone and Robinette further strengthen their case when they discover that Corman has been bribing a housing inspector not to record complaints against her.inspector. The end of the episode reveals that Turner pled guilty to reckless endangerment, and testified against Corman, who was subsequently convicted of manslaughter.
28th Jan '17 2:17:19 PM talltalltree
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A baby boy, Henry Ward, is found frozen to death in a hospital waiting room. His mother Jackie says that she usually left him with a babysitter but when she got home from work, the babysitter hadn't shown up and Henry was frozen. She panicked and left him at the hospital. The babysitter says that the supervisor refused to let her in. Cerreta and Logan learn that the heating to the building is frequently switched off; and uncover numerous past complaints against the landlord Iris Corman. She has a history of harassing tenants to leave so she can renovate the units for better capital gain. Joe Turner, ostensibly one of the current tenants, is actually a thug hired by Corman to drive the other residents out. It turns out he is the one who wouldn't let Jackie's babysitter in, and knew Henry was alone. The judge admits Turner's history of assault against tenants as evidence. However, it emerges that he co-owns many of Corman's properties and is her live-in boyfriend; making it unlikely he will testify against her.

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A baby boy, Henry Ward, is found frozen to death in a hospital waiting room. His mother Jackie says that she usually left him with a babysitter but when she got home from work, the babysitter hadn't shown up and Henry was frozen. She panicked and left him at the hospital. The babysitter says that the supervisor refused to let her in. Cerreta and Logan learn that the heating to the building is frequently switched off; and uncover numerous past complaints against the landlord Iris Corman. She has a history of harassing tenants to leave so she can renovate the units for better capital gain. Joe Turner, ostensibly one of the current tenants, is actually a thug She has hired by Corman Joe Turner to pose as a tenant and drive the other residents others out. It turns out he is the one who wouldn't let Turner denied Jackie's babysitter in, and access to the building, and knew Henry was alone. The judge admits Turner's history of assault against tenants as evidence. However, it emerges that he co-owns many of Corman's properties and is her live-in boyfriend; making it unlikely he will testify against her.
28th Jan '17 2:03:07 PM talltalltree
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A baby boy, Henry Ward, is found frozen to death in a hospital waiting room. Cerreta and Logan trace the mother, Jackie. She usually left Henry with a babysitter; but when Jackie got home from work, the babysitter hadn't shown up and Henry was frozen. She panicked and left him at the hospital. The babysitter says that the supervisor refused to let her in. Cerreta and Logan discover that the heating to the building is frequently switched off; Jackie, who didn't know that she has the legal right to take over the lease (which is in her late grandmother's name) hadn't dared complain.

The detectives uncover numerous past complaints against Jackie's landlord Iris Corman. She has a history of harassing tenants to leave so she can renovate the units for better capital gain. Joe Turner, ostensibly one of the current tenants, is actually a thug hired by Corman to drive the other residents out. It turns out he is the one who wouldn't let Jackie's babysitter in. Cerreta and Logan arrest Turner and the supervisor, Tirado. The judge admits Turner's history of assault against tenants as evidence. However, it emerges that he co-owns many of Corman's properties and is her live-in boyfriend; making it unlikely he will testify against her. He is found guilty, but the trial is ruled a mis-trial due to a mistranslation of Tirado's statement, and Turner has to be re-tried.

If Turner's history is not admitted as evidence in the second trial, he will not be convicted. Schiff tells Stone to offer Turner a deal for reckless endangerment, in exchange for his testimony against Corman and both signing an agreement not to harass tenants. Robinette discovers that Corman may have been bribing her housing inspector to stop recording complaints against her. They set up a sting whereby Robinette poses as a landlord; when the inspector solicits a bribe, they arrest him. He accepts a plea deal to implicate Corman. The end of the episode reveals that Turner pled guilty to reckless endangerment, and testified against Corman, who was subsequently convicted of manslaughter.

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A baby boy, Henry Ward, is found frozen to death in a hospital waiting room. Cerreta and Logan trace the mother, Jackie. She His mother Jackie says that she usually left Henry him with a babysitter; babysitter but when Jackie she got home from work, the babysitter hadn't shown up and Henry was frozen. She panicked and left him at the hospital. The babysitter says that the supervisor refused to let her in. Cerreta and Logan discover learn that the heating to the building is frequently switched off; Jackie, who didn't know that she has the legal right to take over the lease (which is in her late grandmother's name) hadn't dared complain.

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the statement given by the Spanish-speaking supervisor of the building. If Turner's history is not admitted as evidence in the second trial, he will not be convicted. Schiff tells Stone to offer Turner a deal for reckless endangerment, in exchange for his testimony against Corman and both signing an agreement not to harass tenants. Stone and Robinette discovers further strengthen their case when they discover that Corman may have has been bribing her a housing inspector not to stop recording record complaints against her. They set up a sting whereby Robinette poses as a landlord; when the inspector solicits a bribe, they arrest him. He accepts a plea deal to implicate Corman.her. The end of the episode reveals that Turner pled guilty to reckless endangerment, and testified against Corman, who was subsequently convicted of manslaughter.
28th Jan '17 9:32:36 AM talltalltree
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A baby boy, Henry Ward, is found frozen to death in a hospital waiting room. Cerreta and Logan trace the mother, Jackie. She usually left Henry with a babysitter; but when Jackie got home from work, found that the babysitter hadn't shown up and Henry was frozen. She panicked and left him at the hospital. The babysitter says that the supervisor refused to let her in. Cerreta and Logan discover that the heating to the building is frequently switched off; Jackie, who didn't know that she has the legal right to take over the lease (which is in her late grandmother's name) hadn't dared complain.

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A baby boy, Henry Ward, is found frozen to death in a hospital waiting room. Cerreta and Logan trace the mother, Jackie. She usually left Henry with a babysitter; but when Jackie got home from work, found that the babysitter hadn't shown up and Henry was frozen. She panicked and left him at the hospital. The babysitter says that the supervisor refused to let her in. Cerreta and Logan discover that the heating to the building is frequently switched off; Jackie, who didn't know that she has the legal right to take over the lease (which is in her late grandmother's name) hadn't dared complain.
28th Jan '17 9:32:12 AM talltalltree
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A baby boy, Henry Ward, is found frozen to death in a hospital waiting room. Cerreta and Logan trace the mother, Jackie. She usually left Henry with a babysitter; but when Jackie got home from work, found that the babysitter hadn't shown up and Henry was frozen. She panicked and left him at the hospital. The babysitter says that the supervisor refused to let her in. Cerreta and Logan discover that the heating to the building is frequently switched off; Jackie, who didn't know that she has the legal right to take over the lease (which is in her late grandmother's name) hadn't dared complain.

The detectives uncover numerous past complaints against Jackie's landlord Iris Corman. She has a history of harassing tenants to leave so she can renovate the units for better capital gain. Joe Turner, ostensibly one of the current tenants, is actually a thug hired by Corman to drive the other residents out. It turns out he is the one who wouldn't let Jackie's babysitter in. Cerreta and Logan arrest Turner and the supervisor, Tirado. The judge admits Turner's history of assault against tenants as evidence. However, it emerges that he co-owns many of Corman's properties and is her live-in boyfriend; making it unlikely he will testify against her. He is found guilty, but the trial is ruled a mis-trial due to a mistranslation of Tirado's statement, and Turner has to be re-tried.

If Turner's history is not admitted as evidence in the second trial, he will not be convicted. Schiff tells Stone to offer Turner a deal for reckless endangerment, in exchange for his testimony against Corman and both signing an agreement not to harass tenants. Robinette discovers that Corman may have been bribing her housing inspector to stop recording complaints against her. They set up a sting whereby Robinette poses as a landlord; when the inspector solicits a bribe, they arrest him. He accepts a plea deal to implicate Corman. The end of the episode reveals that Turner pled guilty to reckless endangerment, and testified against Corman, who was subsequently convicted of manslaughter.

!!!This episode contains examples of:

* GratuitousSpanish: Tirado either can't or won't speak English well.
* ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney: Iris Corman's attitude.
* SmugSnake: Joe Turner.
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